Corneal diseases can affect your vision, causing clouding, distortion, sensitivity to light, and eventually blindness.
You don't have to live with reduced vision. Surgical and nonsurgical treatments are available to manage corneal diseases.
Our award-winning ophthalmologists at Cornea Associates of Texas in Dallas, TX, can help protect and restore your vision.
The Anatomy of the Eye How Your Cornea Helps You See
Treating Corneal Diseases With Our Dallas, TX, Ophthalmologists
A corneal transplant or partial cornea transplant can replace all or part of your diseased cornea with healthy cornea tissue. If your cornea has become cloudy due to an eye disease or injury, a corneal transplant can treat it. We offer DSAEK and DMAEK for more conservative cornea transplants.
Our ophthalmologists can use a combination of eye drops and UV light to strengthen, flatten, and stiffen the cornea to treat keratoconus. Unlike other corneal surgeries, corneal cross-linking doesn't remove corneal tissue—it simply aims to prevent the progression of keratoconus by adding structural connections.
Putting Patients at Ease "If I could, I would give you all 100 stars."
I recently had surgery to remove nodules, along with some scarring and calcium off my cornea... Overall, it was a super positive experience throughout the whole process and if I ever need to have a Cornea procedure again I’m going to come back to you guys. Y’all are awesome. If I could, I would give you all 100 stars.View on Google
I have had several cornea transplants before and Dr. Bowman has been the first doctor that has gotten my transplant to work and not reject! He is amazing! I feel at ease going in each time and love his office!View on Google